DIY Raw Stone Earrings

Learn how to make these gorgeous DIY Raw Stone Earrings in under five minutes!

When I tell you these earrings will take you five minutes to make, I’m not exaggerating. These DIY raw stone earrings are so gorgeous and such a cinch to make.

There is such beauty in raw minerals like rose quartz, amazonite, apatite, fluorite and garnet. The colors and natural patterns in the stones are so exquisite.

Learn how to make these gorgeous DIY Raw Stone Earrings in under five minutes.

One of my favorite shops in Crested Butte is our local bead store. There are trays and trays of amazing minerals and stones. It was so fun to pick out the stones for these stud earrings. The challenge was just finding two stones that are close enough in shape and size to work as earrings.

We love to make DIY jewelry, like these stone pendants, this copper and wood bead necklace, or the simple seed bead necklace, and you can’t go wrong with the 10-minutes tassel necklace tutorial.

Read more to learn how to make these DIY raw stone earrings…

Learn how to make these gorgeous DIY Raw Stone Earrings in under five minutes.

DIY Raw Stone Earrings Supplies

stones or minerals like amazonite, rose quartz, fluorite and garnet / gold earring studs / E6000 glue


– Put a tab of the E6000 glue on the stud, press stone firmly onto glue and let dry

Learn how to make these super simple DIY raw stone earrings in under five minutes!

Make these gorgeous DIY Raw Stone Earrings in under five minutes!

Make these gorgeous DIY Raw Stone Earrings in under five minutes!

photos by Melissa Fenlon. all rights reserved.

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  1. these are so pretty! Since we visit CB every summer, I immediately thought, I bet i know where she got those raw stones! My 4 yr old loved picking out a few “pretty rocks” there last year!

  2. Love these earrings. Perfect summer stones and simple posts. Will def make these!!

    Thank you,

  3. this is just awesome.. where can i find the studs that you have used? please provide me the store name if possible.. its really very cute and amazing..

  4. NameNikki @ Tikkido says:

    So beautiful and simple! I was a tiara designer (and other bridal accessories, too) for 13 years and have a ton of leftover jewelry findings and supplies just sitting in the garage. I need to find some raw gemstones and use up some of that stock!

  5. This is amazing! I would to invite you to my link party: The Beautifully Creative Inspired. The party launches every Fridays at 9AM eastern time on 3 BLOGS! It runs until Wednesday. 😀 Hope you can party with us!

  6. I love the idea of these! If you don’t mind me asking, where did you get your stones from, or do you have any suggestions of where to buy them?

    1. Amanda, I bought the stones at my local bead store, which carries a great selection of rocks and minerals. I would check a store like that first!

  7. I love these earrings! I love the simplicity of making my own. I think I’ll use the gemstone chips, that will be fun. Thank you for sharing.

  8. Help! Where do u get the raw minerals! Im looking every where!

    1. Hi Shannon, my local bead store has them. Try bead stores or rock shops. Let me know if that doesn’t work. –Melissa

  9. What camera and lens are your favorites for photographing posts like this? Also, any other hints you might have to fining raw stones for this project. My local shops don’t seem to have any raw stones. Much appreciated!!

    1. I use a macro lens to shoot jewelry. As for the stone, my local bead shop carries them. I will go in and ask the store owner if she recommends an online source and I’ll let you know.

      1. Thank you! I have been on the hunt for the raw stones and can’t find them anywhere!

  10. Where did you find the stones for the earrings?

    1. My local bead shop carries these types of stones. I will go in and ask her if she recommends an online source and I’ll let you know.

      1. Hi Melissa! I’d love to know if you have any online store reccomendations for these raw gems as well! I can’t find them anywhere but making these earrings seems like it would be a lot of fun!! Thank you for posting this great article!

        1. Hi there – I linked to some in the supplies portion of the blog post. I get the stones at my local bead shop. =)

  11. This is such a gorgeous DIY but it takes up very little time. Perfect for when I want a quick project during the weekend! 😀

  12. Just seen your handcrafted jewelry on Pinterest and the look great!

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  14. hi i have read where you said you found them at your local store , i have looked online for some do you recommend anywhere or does your local ship?

  15. Hi there.

    Where would I find raw stones like these? Ive been searching on the web for days!

    Love your blog by the way!


  16. hey! these are beautiful. i was just wondering where you got these gems. maybe online? what do you request

  17. Hi
    I would really love to make the mineral stone stud earrings but I’m having a hard time finding a place to order online the stones. Can I plead have some guidance. I need them for selling them at a craft fair this coming weekend. Thanks a bunch, Renata

  18. Hi, I was just wondering where I could get this type of rock because I have looked on Amazon, and I can not find any that look even SIMILAR to yours…? Is there a keyword or a specific seller that sells these like you have them without the holes and whatnot? Thanks a lot!

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